Suppose you have a file that you wish to maintain two encrypted versions of, each version encrypted with its own (randomly generated, sufficiently long) key. The actual method of encryption is by creating two TrueCrypt (AES) volumes of the same size and copying the file into each of these volumes. The plaintext version of the file is then securely destroyed.
If an attacker gained access to both encrypted volumes, would he gain any advantage over a scenario in which he had access to only one of the volumes (assume he knows both volumes contain the same file)? i.e., is it safe to maintain two encrypted versions of the same file with different keys?